You can always count on Hammacher Schlemmer to provide stuff that you never knew you wanted, but then realize you cannot live without (e.g. their Fighting Super Bionic Robots, “Thunderclap” Alarm Clock or Swiss Army Knife Chocolates). Such is the case with their Cassette To iPod Converter — a simple piece of digital magic that [...]
Last week it was the 113-Decibels, 3 Flashing LEDs & a Vibrating Tremor Pad Alarm Clock, and this week it’s the Defusable Alarm Clock. Every morning all you have to do to turn it off is diffuse the “bomb”, and the proper wire to cut changes every day. Of course, that means you have to [...]
Do you have a problem waking up via alarm clock? Is your first instinct to sleep right through its incessant ringing, if not smashing it against the wall with one potent Jonathan Papelbon-like fastball against the wall? Then you might be in the market for the Thunderclap Alarm Clock — a 113-decibel screamer that’s loud [...]
Designed by Swedish company Mutewatch, the product of the same name is a new, simple wristwatch that looks more like a piece of art than a handheld timepiece. Featuring material that resembles a matte finish, the sleek design looks like a bracelet and functions with a tap of the flat surface. Once touched, an LED touchscreen [...]
Rise and shine sleepyheads — smart phones may have made watches, clocks and alarms obsolete, but is your phone loud enough to wake you up after a night of serious carousal? Bone Collection’s portable amplifier iPhone Horn stand will never let you sleep in again by adding 13 decibels of sound pressure to your iPhone’s [...]
If you have trouble waking up in the morning, this tantrum alarm clock is the perfect gadget to get you out of bed. In your choice of either lime or yellow, this alarm clock pounds its fists and opens its mouth while “shouting” its alarm. As your selected wake-up time approaches within five minutes, its [...]
The Minuturner alarm clock from Antrepo features a sleek design with an old radio dial face, minus the radio. Much like this review, it is minimalism at its minimal-est. How appropriate.